Obama’s “Awful Legacy” As Told By…Bill Clinton

Have you watched Bill Clinton lately? There is something seriously wrong with the man. He really looks like he has Parkinson’s Disease. I’ll make a prediction – if Hilary doesn’t make it to the White House, news will come out about his health troubles. He’s clearly not well.

While the Clinton campaign attempt to stay on message, Bill must’ve missed a meds dose today. During a campaign stop in Spokane, Washington today, he started riffing (as he often does) on how awful the past 8 years have been.

Earth to Bill. Earth to Bill. Hillary is campaigning on various themes, one of which is continuing as Obama’s 3rd term. Of course, this is easy stuff for Bill to fall back on. Both he and Hillary played the race card during the 2008 Primary in South Carolina. Here’s a trip down memory lane.

Don’t be fooled. There’s no love between the Obama’s and the Clinton’s. The relationship is purely political. I won’t be surprised to see a response from someone in the Obama campaign; some little snide remark, or comment that put’s Hillary back in her place.


  1. It’s obvious the “awful legacy” to which Bill Clinton referred is Rethuglican extremism and obstruction. We know Republicans are going to lie about it — the complete moral bankruptcy of the right is why they are heading to a once-in-a-generation landslide defeat.

    it’s sad, though, that Sanders is once again helping Republicans push right-wing anti-Clinton propaganda. It is time for Sanders to exit the stage before he embarrasses himself any further.

    Sanders has chosen to embrace nasty, negative, campaigning. He has destroyed his brand, stooping to dishonesty and cheap attacks, deliberately taking opponents out context. The more negative he goes, the more he loses. All this does is remind Democratic primary voters that nobody was more crucial to getting Obama re-elected than Bill Clinton, while Bernie was saying Obama should be primaried. Oops.

    Sanders should’ve learned his lesson after his pathetic attempt to politicize Nancy Reaga’s funeral and desperate attempt to tie Rahm Emanuel to Hillary backfired to the tune of a five state sweep. Go away, Bernie.

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